Anyone who has ever sat in a classroom knows that some students need a higher level of academic enrichment and…

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Not so long ago, distance learning was mostly seen as a futuristic experiment in education. Then all instruction moved online.…

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While we have no choice but to accept that life isn’t always fair, we can–and should–do much better to make…

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So many aspects of modern life represent obvious improvements over past practices. So why does it feel like we’re not…

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New hardware and software rarely introduce the sweeping improvements most adopters in education hope for, but the right ed tech…

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When Kant asserted that experience without theory is blind, but theory without experience is mere intellectual play, he might have…

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The last year represented one of the most transformational periods in the history of education. Wondering what wonders the next…

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Webb’s Depth of Knowledge levels provide a clear system for categorizing the complexity of thought different tasks–and test questions–require. Amy…

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We may all agree that reading is fundamental, but is there consensus on how best to teach reading and increase…

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While most K-12 students would love test-optional schooling, most K-12 teachers strongly disagree. Why are exams essential and inextricable components…

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